KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography

June 8, 2013

Double Exposure “The Fall of Eve” with Victoria Henley

A double exposure (or multiple exposure) is when you expose the same frame of film more than once. Kind of like drawing two images on top of each other using one piece of paper. Hope that makes sense. The following editorial contains three double exposure photos from the shoot. They are pretty obvious and easy to spot……… Enjoy!!!

Model: Victoria Henley from “Americas Next Top Model Cycle 19”
Stylist: Tyson Keanum
Environment: Columbia Antique Mall
Camera: Mamiya RZ67 Pro IID and Mamiya AFD 645 II
Lighting: Ambient & Profoto D1’s
Film: Kodak Portra 160 & Kodak Portra 400 both shot at box speed

Theme of editorial: The Fall of Eve

The Temptation of Eve

“Sin” – The turning away


The Uprising

The Uprising 2


Self Loathing



Self Serving




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KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography
Fashion Portrait Photography
Lexington, SC 29072


March 6, 2013

Fashion Designer J. Ghelardini Collection

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This past weekend we had the opportunity to work with the very talented Fashion Designer Jennifer Ghelardini. We hope to be collaborating with Jennifer as she builds a solid foundation within the industry. Here are a few from the photography session.

“The Melanie Dress”
Spring 2013
J. Ghelardini Collection
Model: Pheadra Taylor
MUA & Hair Stylist: Tyson Keanum
Photography: Yours truly 🙂

KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography
109E Old Chapin Rd
Lexington, SC 29072

December 26, 2012

Things to look forward to in 2013

Just a quick post here. Here is a headshot of Evelyn Grace I took on December 21st. Evelyn and I wanted to get a head start on 2013 and
this is a quick sneak peak of the style of headshots we will be doing in 2013.  So model’s get ready!!!!  let’s step it up a notch for 2013!!

These are two of the same shot: The second one is just a monochrome conversion
Type of film used: KODAK Portra 160
Camera: Mamiya RZ67 IID
Lens 110mm f2.8
Aperture: f8
Lighting: Profoto Softlight, Octabox overhead, Reflector right

Evelyn Grace Scarf 4 1 1 Evelyn Grace Scarf 4 1

May 10, 2012

My photo morning 05-10-12 – by KLinh

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I’ve always understood cities to be very diverse. Yes, admittedly some are more so than others. I feel no need to present an example, so I’ll just kindly press forward. This morning I decided instead of opening up our storefront that I would head on into Columbia, SC. and do a little self promotion by way of street photography. So I started out one block away from the our State House and the following images are my results.  I’ll put captions under each one to guide you through my photo morning.

This is an area known as “The Horse Shoe” lot’s of students studying and making there way throughout the day

Remember I mentioned “Diversity” and I am in South Carolina

This was taken in front of the State House

Some Architecture of our state house

I needed some exercise so I walked to the top

On my way back down I was passed by a Titan So I snapped this picture hoping to get approval.

Approval received — so I kept on shooting while he did one of the most rigorous workouts I’ve seen in never!! Think about it – I walked to the top because I needed exercise

Pretty Cool – from portrait photographer to sports street photographer!!

And I finally got to shoot my Rocky Balboa Picture — with Apollo!!! Sweet!!!

Remember diversity —- all the while — this was going on right behind me.

Good Ole SC. With respect everyone I spoke to this morning was wonderful — especially Apollo — he was awesome.. ps – that’s not his real name. but I was in awe of him.

I think I’m gonna try and do more of this as it was such a wonderful experience.

All Finishing work on photos by Evelyn Grace

KLinh Evelyn Grace Photography
The Shoppes at Flight Deck
109E Old Chapin Rd.
Lexington SC 29072

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